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Words matter, a bit, a lot…

Illustrator Sébastien Chebret

Hello, Welcome, Please, Goodbye, Thank you, Have a good day, Safe journey, Excuse me, No problem, Good luck, Well done!... 12 little phrases that can change your life if put to good use!

Using polite language can facilitate dialogue with friends and help communication on  every occasion.

Rights sold Chinese (simpl.) , Spanish (Spain)

Emotions, moving a bit, a lot…

Every day, in my heart and in my head, it is a big flow of emotions! Wonder, joy, anger, sadness, calm, embarrassment, jealousy, surprise, envy,  pride, impatience, fear…12 main emotions are related to daily situations.

A good help to know about and deal with our emotions.

Rights sold Chinese (simpl.) , Korean, Spanish (Spain)
Series Key topics

Time, ends a bit, a lot...

Illustrator Arianna Tamburini

A second is the time it takes to steal a kiss.  A minute is the time to peel an orange.  An hour is the time to paint a masterpiece...  A day is the time to turn a room into a spaceship by covering walls with big planets. A year is long enough to add one number to my age…

Simple and efficient, this book gives clues  to feel confortable with time measures.

Rights sold Chinese (simpl.) , Chinese (complex) , Korean, Spanish (Spain)
Series Key topics

1 heart, 2 lungs

Breathing is dead easy! We do it without even thinking… And yet renewing the air in our lungs requires an ingenious system: our brain, muscles, arteries, veins, etc. are all put to the test.

From the pulmonary alveoli to the smallest arteriole, all is revealed!

Rights sold Chinese (simpl.) , Japanese, Korean
Series I know my body

What happens to the food we eat?

From the mouth, to the oesophagus, stomach, intestines, and colon… Whether in liquid or solid form, every type of food we eat follows the exact same digestive path. At each stage, the body transforms the food in order to extract either: fats, sugars, proteins, vitamins or minerals from it… All of wich are distributed to the muscles, blood and organs.

That’s digestion in a nutshell!

Rights sold Chinese (simpl.) , Japanese, Korean
Series I know my body

9 months, 1 baby…

If there is an egg in the mother’s belly, it is because two reproductive cells, one spermatozoid and one ovule, have merged. This is fertilization! The egg will next grow to become an embryo, then a foetus. The organs, the members will appear and develop until the birth. In vitro fertilization, twin pregnancy,  caesarean section… All is explained  in a simple and accurate way.

Rights sold Chinese (simpl.) , Japanese, Korean, Spanish (Spain)
Series I know my body

Pasta

New
Illustrator Nicolas Gouny

Mmmm…. Pastas. Spaghettis, cannelloni, pasta shells, there are of many kinds. And to prepare them: some durum wheat flour, some water… And that’s it! To make fresh pastas, one must add some eggs. One thing is for sure: it is the flour’s quality that matters most!

Rights sold Korean
Series I know what I eat

Water

Illustrator Nicolas Gouny

Where does tap water come from? Whether it comes from the water tables, lakes or even a pure source, it needs to be checked and cleared of twigs, debris, bacteria and other inedible particules. Discover the crazy adventure of water!

Rights sold Korean
Series I know what I eat

Bananas

New

Yellow like the sun, looking just like a smile, full of vitamins, I am the banana! But where does the banana come from? How does the plant grow? What makes banana the world’s most popular fruit?

Rights sold Korean
Series I know what I eat

Chocolate

Illustrator Nicolas Gouny

We drink it, we bit it, Or we lick it on our fingers… Black, brown or white, its the celebrity from the pastry shop! And a feast for the little greedy ones! Where does the cacao come from ? How can one make cacao grow? And pick it up?  Are all chocolate as good as each other?

Rights sold Chinese (complex) , Korean, Vietnamese
Series I know what I eat

Potatoes

Illustrator Nicolas Gouny

Potatoes are the most commonly consumed food in France. They are prepared in many different ways: they come pureed, in soups, as crisps or chips...not surprising considering that there are more than 4500 types of potatoes in the world! Do you know why they grow underground? What is their nutritional value? The collection Je sais ce que je mange (I know what I'm eating) gives you the answers!

Rights sold Chinese (complex) , Korean, Vietnamese
Series I know what I eat

Honey

Illustrator Nicolas Gouny

Pollen-gathering bees suck up the sugary nectar from flowers and fly to the hive... the recipients mix it with their saliva, then deposit is in the cells... Very gradually, the nectar turns into honey! From the organisation of the hive to the importance of bees for life, you'll discover everything about the production and collection of honey and other products resulting from the work of these pollen-gathering bees. You'll also learn to recognise the different varieties of honey and whether they are genuine or not!

Rights sold Chinese (complex) , Korean, Vietnamese
Series I know what I eat

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